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Mar 5, 2012 6:00am EST
an adviser to mitt romney. i have been trying to balance in between the president making this point but people saying where does this preview in relation to mitt romney? governor romney's views and minor consistent. >> the wall street journal published a huge piece. i want to read the notes and give you to break this down. robert kagan's new book is finding an eager reader among prominent members of both political parties. around the time of barack obama's state of the union, washington was abuzz -- how you like that -- with reports that the president had discussed it with new anchors. did you ever get a follow up? >> not much more than what you are reading. >> his security adviser discussed this on "charlie ros"" after. mr. kagan serves on the foreign-policy adviser board of hillary clinton. more notably, the policy of mitt romney. what about the first one? >> secretary clinton set up this foreign affairs policy board. it is a bipartisan group. it is modeled after what they had at the pentagon for many years. it meets with the secretary of defense periodically. i think we need to t
Mar 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
support group. and to be quite honest with you, within that support group, all i saw romney were successful -- a great number of people successfully turning their lives around. those numbers -- i can't -- i certainly -- i can't reviewed or validate. >> they did an arctic -- article about you in "the washington post" magazine and i wrote -- wrote down some words. thuggin it up. >> criminal behavior. >> and some other words, dealing with robbing and off. how much of it goes on in the an in the city? and not just inner city. >> and happens in the suburbs. >> all over the place. >> absolutely -- how much of it goes on? quite a deal of it. it depends on the community levin did but i believe even in the communities where you can see ithappening -- can't happening, again, this is what i believe this tearing this country apart. what we refuse to see, what we think is none of our business because it is uncomfortable to deal with until someone in our family is affected. and, we -- if we don't collectively address the shadows, the dark -- it is no longer hiding in the dark corners and reces
Mar 18, 2012 8:00pm EDT
questions. then mitt romney speaking in illinois, and a round table looking to the illinois primary. c-span began televising the house of representatives in 1979, and our content is available on tv, radio, and online. >> we have had advice, wehre you can't come in in a white shirt and summer tie. heaven forbid. i don't kno
Mar 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
's questions. then mitt romney speaking at a campaign event in rockford, ill., followed by political roundtable looking ahead to the illinois primary on tuesday and the republican nomination process. in march 1979, c-span began televising the u.s. house of representatives to households nationwide. today, our content of politics and public affairs, non-fiction books, and american history is available on tv, radio, and online. >> we have even had advice that we do not do as i did today and come in with the plain old white shirt and a summertime. heaven forbid. i don't know whether my colleagues feel that this would colleagues feel that this would be a
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